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H1N1 Not a Top Concern for Colleges, Universities

Health & Wellness  (tags: scrambling, virus, cropped, safe )

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It was almost a year ago when the H1N1 virus sent school officials scrambling to keep students safe from the new flu strain that had invaded college and university campuses across the country -- from Washington State University

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gail dair (0)
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 1:04 am
Noted thanks Anna

Julie van Niekerk (230)
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 3:56 am
They worried in vain. Aids and Tuberculoses are worst.

donnaa D (14)
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 7:39 am

Lionel Mann (23)
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 8:22 am
So now it's H1N1. Has everyone so soon forgot6ten "swine flu", "avian flu" and all the "pandemics" promoted by the venal media in order to put money into the pockets of pharmaceutical companies? Disregard all the pseudo-medical hogwash preying upon widespread ignorance. Hypochondria causes sickness; worry undermines health.

Michael Masley (4)
Wednesday August 11, 2010, 4:38 pm
noted and thanks, I am with you on the H1N1 scare lol

. (0)
Thursday August 12, 2010, 1:24 am
Lionel, it isn't 'hypochondria' which causes sickness. It's viruses. And bacteria. And other such things.

We've been relatively lucky for quite awhile when it comes to influenza. Because it has killed a really substantial number of people throughout the years. I hope we won't see in my lifetime a serious worldwide pandemic like we saw early in the 20th century, where tens of millions of people died worldwide.

Alexandra Rodda (180)
Thursday August 12, 2010, 4:50 am
It seems strange that epidemiological action that included isolation and immunization is not being given credit by the commentators. Avian flu had the potential to kill hundreds, if not thousands of millions. It was contained by prompt action. It's not a case of "hypochondria". The threats were real and people did die. give credit to the people who saved the world!
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